Woodbridge (Va.) C.D. Hylton cornerback Iric Harris missed all of his junior season due to an ACL. The 5-foot-10, 172-pounder is back and proving himself in hopes of earning his first scholarship offer.
"Actually the season has been going good," he said. "I have four interceptions so far this year. I would have had five, but they called one back. I also have two touchdowns on offense, one receiving for 90-yards and a reverse for 40-yards."
Harris gave his take on his play this year.
"It seems a lot easier than I thought it would coming back from injury," he said. "I think I'm stronger than I've ever been."
In regards to recruiting, Harris took one unofficial recently to North Carolina.
"I went up there last week and talked to the wide receivers coach, he knew about me," he said. "He was making sure he got my film and they said they'd definitely take a look at it and contact me later this week. They want to see how I've come back from injury."
Other schools are monitoring Harris as well.
"The only camp I went to this summer was Marshall," he said. "I talk to them about at least once a week. They like me a lot, they just need film and are waiting to see that.
"I'm also getting mail from Ohio, Richmond, Penn State, Miami, Rutgers, Alabama and Connecticut. I contacted all the schools that were showing interest early on in the process. They all want film."